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Zao Kitsune Mura is a "village" filled with a large number of free roaming foxes near Shiroishi in Miyagi Prefecture. Loads of fun, and at times scary, this is a unique experience you won't find anywhere else.  
Miyagi Prefecture is a place of great natural beauty; Sendai, the capital, has often been affectionately called the “City of Trees,” and the prefecture is known for its beautiful coastline, seafood and agricultural products.
The five temples of Kitayama, Sendai have large cemeteries to explore. Keep a lookout for ancient samurai resting places, Buddhist statues, and unique grave markers.
Uma no Se is a narrow peninsula jutting out into the Matsushima Bay. It’s located between the cities of Shiogama and Matsushima. The natural beauty surrounding the area is breathtaking. You will not be disappointed. Highly recommended for adventurers, hikers, and people who just love nature.
The Rinnoji Buddhist Temple was originally constructed by the Date Clan in Fukushima, but then it was relocated to Miyagi when Sendai was made the territorial capital.
The "Sendai Tourist Information Desk" opened December 10th, 2016 in order to share more information and promote activities in multiple languages throughout Sendai and the entire Tohoku region.
Ice Rink Sendai is an ice skating rink a ten minute bus ride from the Izumi Chuo Subway Station. It is the only ice rink in the city and has had former Olympians skate on its ice. 
Come visit a Cat Island in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. Tashirojima is the place to feed and play with cats, stay in Cat Cabins, and even pay your respects to the cat shrine.